New Cafe Closer to Open on Pratt

By , February 11, 2013 2:23 pm

Finally some progress on the Sunberry’s Cafe. There is now a letter grade in the window of the Pratt Street restaurant.

12 Responses to “New Cafe Closer to Open on Pratt”

  1. Brendan says:

    That’s a building permit!

  2. They also have all kinds of site plans and other literature taped to the windows.

  3. Richard says:

    I thought they can only get a letter when they are opened and running a kitchen. Everyone’s kitchen should be clean when it is brand new and this place hasn’t even opened yet. Maybe the B is for Building Permit anything is possible in this city.

    • No, they do issue ratings before opening. I’ve seen other such places, though those started with an ‘A’. It does seem bizarre to grade a place before it has actually served customers. I mean, any place can start with an A or B because there’s no line out the door, no distractions.

  4. But that totally could be the building permit. Whatever. They have an awning. This is more momentum than they’ve had in months.

    • Elisabeth says:

      I despair of Sunberry (aka the East Koreans) ever opening, they have been building out for a year now, paying rent and taking in no revenue. And if they do open, will there only be 1 burger, 1 burrito and 1 sandwich?

      It also looks like the West Koreans at Rose Gourmet are finished. That’s a shame, they had lovely egg-licious breakfast for under $4.00.

      I suspect, based on no evidence, that the accents of the majority of the workers put people off. Their soups and sandwiches were at least as good as Max Bibo’s and Bibo is packed every day.

      Sad.

      • When there was all the hype around Market 21, I felt confused because downtown had a pretty decent market already — Rose Gourmet. I wouldn’t be surprised if some people would not shop there because of the accents, and yes, that is absolutely sad.

  5. Tim says:

    Also, they are advertising in the window for a pizza maker and a grill cook.

  6. AmyBergquist says:

    That is indeed a building permit.

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